How you can bring your past data into your Power BI dataset, so that you can see both historical and new data in your real-time dashboard.
With the Power Automate visual, your users can trigger workflows simply by clicking a button in a Power BI report. With the Power Automate visual, your users can trigger workflows simply by clicking a button in a Power BI report, and has become my favourite visual to use. The flow can use data from your report, and your flows can be as simple or complex as necessary, making use of the 470+ connectors available.
Last week Microsoft announced the new features in Power Platform and Dynamics 365 coming as part of 2021 Wave 2 release plan. Check out the full release plans here: Power Platform, Dynamics 365 Here are some of my favourites for Power Platform: TRUE no code This was announced a few months ago, but definitely a … Continue reading New release plan is here- see what features will be coming to Power Platform
Time to complete: 25 minutes approx This activity will take you through how you can build a real-time dashboard in Power BI. With help from Power Automate, you can see the changes in Power BI occur before your eyes, by creating a push dataset. This activity will demonstrate a scenario using Microsoft Forms. You can use … Continue reading Tutorial: Create your first Power BI real-time dashboard
You might already be using Power BI to create your dashboards and reports, but have you tried to create a real time dashboard before? Typically, you need to set up a refresh schedule like below. What if you want to see your dashboard update live, as soon as fresh data comes in? Creating a real … Continue reading Real-Time Streaming of your Data with Power BI